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Book : Campfire Sketches and Battle-field Echoes of 1861-1865

Summary: Book titled Campfire Sketches and Battle-field Echoes of 1861-1865 was compiled by W. C. King and W. P. Derby and printed by N.G. Hamilton Co. of Cleveland in 1889. The 624-page book has a natural-colored leather binding with red accents and gold text. On the fly leaf in ink is W.G. Harding in the handwriting of Warren G. Harding. -- Color: Tan, red, gold -- Item Count: 1 item
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865, books, paper (fiber product), leather
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